Exhibit: No Place Like Home


From the exhibit brochure: “The English language has two distinct words that refer to the place of dwelling: “home” and “house”. The term “house” identifies a physical structure that enables domestic activities, but a home is also a mental state characterized by a sense of belonging, protection, love and shelter. A home is a place located between the physical reality and a conceptual idea, between past memories and future aspirations. Home straddles the threshold separating private intimacy and the public world of buildings and culture.”

Exhibit Brochure

Esther Sperber in exhibition catalog Museu Coleção Berardo Praça do Império 1449-003 Lisboa, Portugal

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